S2 E45 – Money Talks

Our 45th Zoomcast (February 18th, 2021);

We contrast a notion we had about money as teens with our current perceptions.

Charlotte Ferrell introduces accountant Maggie Taylor of the 411 Centre income tax team who presents pertinent information about organizing for and filing income tax; provides tax tips and answers questions from participants.

The 411 Center’s  tax clinic runs March 1 to April 29; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m; Monday to Friday.You can drop your paperwork off at 333 Terminal Avenue (7th Floor). Phone 604-684-8171 to make an appointment with a tax advisor,  or with an “Information and Referral” (INR) counsellor for more complex assistance with other issues such as residency, housing and dental services.

Chris Morrissey announced she will be reading at the launch of QUIRK-E’s anthology “Together We Stand: Queer Elders Speak Out” as part of SFU’s Gender and Women’s Studies 50th anniversary, February 19 at 4 p.m. Register at:   https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/gsws-reads-quirk-e-book-launch-tickets-139710641289

Neill Ryon read his poem It’s Only a Dollar and also noted  that Simple Wealth Tax at reply@simpletax.ca offers a pay-what-you-can tax filing service.

Hosted by Charlotte Sista C Ferrell. Sponsored by the 411 Seniors Centre Society, Vancouver.

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